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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Nia, Jul 11, 2001.
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Hi Nia you done the right thing!!
I would call Equifax instead of pulling my report. Ask and see if someone has it. If someone has I would put a Fraud alert against my file and warn them that whomever pulled your account was fraudulent!!!
Thanks MarysGirl....I wont pull my report I just got a copy so if what they said was true they should have pulled from it before...thanks for the input! have a good day
The company's name is First Union Credit Services. They are based in California (look up First Union in California on BBB...BAD REPORT), but have a calling center in Toronto.. They charge you $149, but all they send out is a handbook with credit cards that you MAY be able to get.. They say if you get denied for 2 cards, to send them the denials for a complete refund...no address is given however.. SCAM, beware!
I've read on previous threads that putting a fraud alert on your credit file can create problems. Any comments?